David Shroyer

Adjunct Professor

Education

  • J.D., cum laude, Capital University Law School
  • B.A., Ohio State University

Expertise

  • Medical malpractice
  • Personal injury

Biography

Mr Shroyer is a trial lawyer with Colley Shroyer Abraham where his practice is limited to medical malpractice and personal injury. He was an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio form 1982-89 where he prosecuted violations of federal crimes including drug conspiracies, political corruption and organized crime. He served as an Assistant County Prosecutor upon graduation from 1980 -82.

He is a past Ohio President of the American Board of Trial Advocates an organization dedicated to the preservation of right to civils jury trial. He was appointed to the Judicial Screeing Committee for Federal appointments to the bench in the Northern District in 2010. He served on the Ohio Supreme Court Rule Committee form 1994 to 1998. Mr Shroyer lectures regularly on issues involving trial advocacy. He has served as a n adjuct professor at Capital Universtiy since 1986 where he teaches Trial Advocacy. He has also taught at the US Attorney General's Advocacy Institute in Washington DC and at the FBI New Agents Training in Quantico Virgina.

Additional professional experience

 Mr. Shroyer is married to Judge Susan Brown who serves as a Judge on the 10th District Court of Appeals. They have one son who is attending law school.